Blood on the Bayou by Stacey Jay

65%

13 Critic Reviews

Every element in this book has its analogue in other series; an experienced reader of the genre will see every twist and turn coming long in advance.
-Publishers Weekly

Synopsis

The second book in a new urban fantasy series featuring mosquito-sized fairies with poisonous bites that drive humans insane.
 

About Stacey Jay

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STACEY JAY lives in California with her husband and their two boys.
 
Published March 27, 2012 by Pocket Books. 436 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Critic reviews for Blood on the Bayou
All: 13 | Positive: 9 | Negative: 4

Publishers Weekly

Below average
Feb 06 2012

Every element in this book has its analogue in other series; an experienced reader of the genre will see every twist and turn coming long in advance.

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Smexy Books

Below average
Reviewed by Tori on May 16 2012

While I’m sure this series will continue to appeal to those who love an action packed dark Urban Fantasy, I’m afraid that Annabelle Lee and I will be parting ways here.

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Vampire Book Club

Good
Reviewed by Chelsea on Apr 04 2012

Relationship complications are piled on top of each other in Blood on the Bayou, but it’s not chaotic. It’s just real. Painful. Sexy. Brutal. Complicated. Real relationship drama.

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Tynga's Reviews

Good
Reviewed by Christine on Apr 11 2012

If you’re a fan of character driven books with damaged heroines, unique and atmospheric world building and real character development, I strongly suggest you read this series. It offers everything I could wish for in a book.

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Awesome Sauce Book Club

Good
Reviewed by Amber on Mar 17 2012

If you are looking for a new unique world filled with just non stop awesomeness then you have found it right here!!

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Addicted 2 Heroines

Good
Reviewed by Cat on Mar 17 2012

Dark, gritty urban fantasy doesn't get much better than this.

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Miss Vain's Paranormal Fantasy

Good
Reviewed by MissVain on Mar 11 2012

I absolutely loved every bit of this book!! It keep me guessing up until the very end. There’s no denying that I love a tortured heroine or hero in my books, and Stacey Jay has delivered!

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Greyt Thoughts?

Good
May 18 2012

Overall I like this world and this character and the author's writing very much and I'm looking forward to book three.

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Rhi Reading

Good
Reviewed by Rhi on Apr 03 2012

The only part of the book I didn't like was that it had to end. The pace is fast, I usually struggle with books over the 350 page mark and BLOOD ON THE BAYOU managed to fly by for me.

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Amberkatze's Book Blog

Good
Reviewed by Amberkatze on Apr 24 2012

Definitely a super addition to the Paranormal Urban Fantasy genre. This series could turn out to be a favourite of mine.

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CSI: Librarian

Below average
on Mar 12 2012

...not for me. I have no desire to only read and review books where the main character has a clean bill of mental health, but I’m not a fan of stories where female characters are messes in need of unconditional support and a good therapist but instead have 3+ guys trying to hook up with them.

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Gizmo's Book Reviews

Good
Reviewed by Shelley Romano on Feb 29 2012

Blood on the Bayou is not all about the love-Bermuda-triangle. It also has non-stop action, and a storyline that revolves not only around the faeries, but an entirely new species is introduced. You’ll have to read it to find out!

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One-Good-Book

Below average
Reviewed by Tracy on Mar 25 2014

...that sort of summary resolution dénouement...a horrible plot device that cheats readers out of the emotional triumphs and tragedies that would have evolved from several of those points being written out in real time, but in this case in particular, several of the items wrapped up in the fewest words possible didn't even make sense.

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